Salman Khan's father is leaving for a walk in lockdown, said in the interview

Salman Khan's father is leaving for a walk in lockdown, said in the interview

Salim Khan, the father of Salman Khan, has revealed in a recent interview why he is going out for a walk even in lockdown.


Coronavirus is causing havoc in the country. In such a situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended the lockdown till 3 May. However, in such a situation the general public is facing a lot of trouble. Daily laborers and workers are facing the threat of their livelihood, while some people have to compromise their health due to illness. However, the government is constantly appealing people to stay in their homes. However, there were reports recently about Salman Khan, father of Salman Khan, that he visits Bandra Bandstad during the bandh.

Now Salim Khan has spoken openly on this. In fact, Salim Khan said in an interview with Pinkvilla, "I have a problem in the back, so doctors have advised me to continue my walk. I walk for the last 40 years daily, the doctors said that if I suddenly If I give up walking, it will affect my back. I have got the government to issue a pass by April 30 and I am following all the rules. "

Salim Khan added, "I am going out for a walk only because of the medical ground. I am not the only one who goes for a walk, I see many people there who are walking with their pats. But no one reports for them. I am making sure that I take all the security measures and I am also sure that everyone else will do the same. "

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